In this series, motifs from the Byzantium works are writ large, their voluptuous qualities enhanced by the use of vibrant silk and metallic fabrics surprisingly combined with printed cottons. Once again, the illusion of transparent circles floating across the surface symbolizes our fleeting existence.
Marilyn Henrion is a graduate of Cooper Union and a lifelong New Yorker. Her award-winning works have been exhibited internationally and are included in in museum, corporate , and private collections worldwide. She has had fifteen solo exhibitions to date, as well as many group exhibitions. The works have also been featured in numerous publications, including Women Designers In The U.S.- 1900-2000, published in 2001 by Yale University Press. Among the grants she has received, was one awarded by The Artslink Partnership, devoted to fostering excellence in the arts between the U.S. and countries of the former Soviet Union. Henrion was honored by the Smithsonian Institution by being invited to submit her papers and sketchbooks for...
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